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william mckinley was shot by an assassin. >> scott miller, why did you decide to do a book on the assassination of william mckinley? >> you know, i had been interested in this period in the 1880's and 1890's. i think it's just a really fascinating and important, really turning point in american history. before then, you had a united states that really would have been recognized by the founding fathers. after this date, by the turn of the century, it's the america that we would know today. and there's just a tremendous zeitgeist and enthusiasm and patriotism in this period. i think it all makes it very romantic. i mean, you just look right the way through american society, and you see it in industry. you know, of course, we think of the tycoons and the trusts. but there was just a proliferation of new products. i mean, you'd be hard-pressed to go to a grocery store now where you didn't see products on the aisles that came from this period -- pillsbury and armour meats, and coke and ivory soap, and right on down the line. the same could be said about the arts really reflected
the story of life in america at the turn of the 20th century when president william mckinley was shot by an assassin. >> scott miller, why did you decide to do a book on the assassination of william mckinley? >> it was a fascinating point in american history. after the states, by the turn of the century, it's the america that we would know today. there's just a tremendous enthusiasm and patriotism in this period. i think it makes it very romantic. you look through american society, and you see it in the industry. of course we think of the tycoons and the trusts. but there was a proliferation of new products. you'd be hard-pressed to go to a grocery store now where you didn't see products on the aisles that came from this period. pillsbury, armor meats meats, coke, ivory soap, and right on down the line. the same could be said about the arts really reflected this period as well. john phillips sousa was busy writing and capturing this period, "stars and stripes forever" became the mantra. >> who was leon show gone -- shogon and why did he use an alias? >> he was the assassin. he had wor
scott miller talks about his book on the assassination of president william mckinley. in a conversation what britain's prime minister, david cameron. this "q&a" week aren't a new book by scott miller. it tells the story of life in america. president william mckinley was shot by an assassin leon czolgosz. >> why did he decide to do a book on the assassination of william mckinley? >> i have been interested in this timeframe in the 18 eighties and the 1890's. it is a fascinating and important turning point. before then, you had a united states that would be recognized by the founding fathers. by the turn of the century, it is the america we would know it today. it is a tremendous patriotism in this time. it is very romantic. you look through american society and to see it. we think of the tycoons. it was a proliferation of new products. you'd be hard-pressed to go to a grocery store where you did not see projects came from this. ivory soap, pillsbury dough. the art really reflected this as well. john philip sousa was writing this. who was leon czolgosz? did he use a diff
tonight, a young man named scott miller. he is the author of a new book on william mckinley's ass. [laughter] i'm going to assume that is "assassination." you got to stop abbreviationing around here, not to say that william mckinley did not have a noteworthy rear end. folks, we are a mere 15 and a half months away from what will definitely be called the most important election of our lifetime. an inveritable herd of republican candidates have already begun the treacherous migratory journey to become their party's nominee. they will need strength. they will need agility. they will need luck. but mostly to survive they will need money, [bleeped] boatloads of money. >> we have the numbers behind you. mitt romney $18.4 million. pawlenty $4.4 million. bachmann the same. huntsman $4.2 million. herman cain raised $2.5 million. gingrich $2 million. rick santory um not so much, $500,000. >> jon: $500,000 in the war chest. buh-bye. [laughter] sadly, that image is still only the second most unpleasant image you get when you google the name "santorum." go ahead. do it. do it right. now i can
mckinley elementary school. we have brought the second grade to perform two songs for you in honor of the wonderful honorees. because you are somebody, we are somebody. then we're going to do a song for the mayor, "side-by-side." we also thank the wonderful hydra menendez for inviting us today. let's have a big hand for the mckinley elementary school choir. [applause] they are being led by second grade teacher miss yang, miss vantia, miss bryant, and miss petrokie. i think our principal is in here somewhere. ok. there is our principal, rosa song. there she is. [applause] all right. we are ready. ♪ [piano playing] ♪ [piano playing] [piano music playing] [applause] [piano playing] [applause] [piano playing] >> give it up one more time for the mckinley elementary second and third graders. [applause] >> i'd like to acknowledge scott wiener. thank you for joining us. i'd like to acknowledge my colleague, sandy, for joinin gus. -- joining us. and at this time, i'd like to welcome ed lee, the mayor of san francisco. [applause] >> thank you, hydra and mckinley students. thank you very
decided several days before mckinley arrive that he was going to kill him. he had gone out and bought a pistol and the fall of mckinley's whereabouts in the newspapers which were reported in great detail. he began tracking him throughout the fair. >> on december 6, 1901, two fatal shots were fired at president mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived on cspan's "q7a." >> welcome to news "makers." our guest this week is kentucky senator rand paul joining us from capitol hill. >> good to be with you. >> our reporters are major garrett. >> do you believe the august 2 deadline this doubles by secretary of the treasury tim geithner is a real deadline? if you were to describe your -- to your constituents and condin kentucky what the consequences would be if we did not reach the debt ceiling? >> ultimately, if a country's keeps spending more than it takes in, about the deadline, it has been moved three or four months and there is already rumors from the of ministration they could move it again. the real thing is that peo
for a conditional use permit and i'm joined tonight by elizabeth mckinley from petco and andrew junious. the three of us are going to make brief remarks. i'm finishing most of mine and we have a short video presentation for you. i guess i would say respectfully that we have very different views on what would constitute maintaining a diverse economic community. we think this ban is unnecessary. we genuinely believe the conditionalo sufficient and as someone who's done this for more than a decade, i feel that the conditional use process is a significant hurdle so with that i'm going to bring up elizabeth mckinley. thank you. also, one more thing. i'd like to submit for the record more than 800 signatures in support of economic diversity on geary boulevard, people who live in the richmond in and around the city who are supportive of that. thank you. >> good evening. i know it's late. thank you for taking time to hear our comments. my name is elizabeth mckinley, i'm the regional real estate director at petco to be here today at your disposal to address any concerns that you have about petco or this ba
consistently ignore the 25-mile-an-hour limit on mount mckinley drive in san jose. len ramirez on her one woman crusade against speeders. len. >> reporter: a lot of neighborhoods have a speeding problem but very few have someone like sheree williams who got off her easy chair to do something to make her neighborhood safer. >> those are the ones that i'm doing this for. >> reporter: for miss williams, this -- >> 25! >> reporter: -- is a one-woman war against speeders. >> because they can drive right by me ♪ look right through me ♪ and never know i'm there >> reporter: the 71-year-old former methodist youth group leader spends most of her afternoons singing and holding hand made signs in front of her east san jose home urging drivers to slow down. >> ♪ because they drive right past me ♪ >> reporter: she lived on this road since 1962 at a place where a slight hill and a mild "s" curve seem to bring out a driver's inner andretti. people often go much faster than the posted 25-mile-per- hour limit. >> if some child ran out in the street after a ball or something, they would be dead. that's
the speed limit on mount mckinley drive in san jose where she lives. she says she understands that police are shorthanded, so she has taken matters into her own hands. >> i know they are going fast enough that if some child ran into the street, they would be dead. that's how fast they are going. >> some drivers are waving obscene gestures at her. she homes to get the city's attention. >> even with a little song and dance. >>> when will july finally start feeling more like july? kristy seifkin has the pinpoint forecast coming up. >> and a pop culture icon floats back to the scene of the crime. how the balloon boy's balloon will finally do some good. ,, 10 oo 10 who 10 aoo ,,,, oo hundred dollars to buy it in an online auction. richard >>> the famous balloon boy balloon is back in colorado. a man from aurora has paid $2,500 to buy it on an online auction. richard heene any pleaded guilty to creating the hoax which gripped the nation in 2009. told police and reporters that his 6-year-old son was inside that runaway balloon. the money from the auction will go toward earthquake and tsunami rel
shot ralph thomas to death outside mckinley tech high school in northeast last month. graaff -- thomas work for the semipro football team. >>> the elevator at the washington monument is working again. last evening, it got stuck with 16 people who had to be rescued. the elevator came to a halt about 500 feet above the ground. rescue workers managed to bring it down to the ground floor but some two dozen visitors at the top of the monument had to take the stairs. no one in the elevator was hurt. >>> a new boss is on the job at the pentagon. leon panetta arrive for his first day of work as secretary of defense. he was greeted with a welcome ceremony. he takes over for retired defense secretary robert gates. yesterday, the senate confirmed general david petraeus to take the job as director of the cia. >>> tempers are flaring on capitol hill over the debt debate. president obama is calling for congress to buckle down and reach an agreement on a higher debt ceiling. the trash talking and finger- pointing has intensified. >> he has played dozens of rounds of golf and had many, many fund-rais
with the letters and the cards and the e-mails. we had the mckinley guy on. done. [cheering and applause] here it is, your moment of zen. >> honest to god, my favorite no peanut butter. stracaptioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> tonight, should students be taught gay history? only if they're teaching that gay is history. [laughter] then a controversy at the "today show." the cooking segment got out of control and they ate matt lauer. and my guest will discuss his book "incognito: the secret lives of the brain." if i find out my brain has been seeing another skull, i will be pissed. you say potato, i say who are you and why are you saying "potato" to me? this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central [theme song playing] [cheering and applause] [awed -- audience chanting "stephen"] >> stephen: welcome to "the report." thank you. thank you. welcome to "the report." ladies and gentlemen, thank you for joining us. you know, sometimes i am tempted to keep you people from chanting, but then i think, why waste your breat
, any of this issue is because the senate h >> he bought a pistol and the fall of mckinley's activities in the newspaper. he began tracking him throughout. >> on september 6, 1901, self- proclaimed anarchist fired two fatal shots at president william mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived on "q &a. " >> this morning a discussion on the latest developments in congress including the debt ceiling debate and tax and fiscal policy. assistant georgetown university assistant georgetown university professor talks
. sharon williams is sick and tired of people ignoring the speed limit along mount mckinley drive. the residential street where she lives in san jose -- look how cute she is. she understands police are shorthanded because of budget cuts so she is taking matters with a little kick in the step into her own hands. >> i know it's fast enough that if some child ran out into the street after the ball or something, they would be dead. that's how fast they are going. >> some drivers make obscene gestures. williams hopes the city will get them to slow down. >> i have a feeling you don't want to mess with her. >>> what you would do if you came face to face with a shark? >> scream! swim away. >> run. swim the other direction. >> exactly. but there's one thrill seeking kayaker in santa barbara who reeled one in, wrestled it with his bare hands. >> you have to lean away, lean away! >> an 8-foot-long thresher shark dragged the santa barbara fisherman overboard but the man still held on to the tail under water and eventually got back into the kayak unhurt after a half hour fight. it's different
mckinley arrived that he was going to kill him. he followed mckinley's were about in the newspapers, which were reported in great detail, and he began tracking him. >> on september 6, 1901, the self-proclaimed anarchist fired two fatal shots at president mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and the assassin and the changing era in which they lived on c-span's "q&a." the latest season and even from the campaign trail, information on the candidate -- latest seasonal events from the campaign trail, information on the candidates, visit us at c- span.org/campaign2012. >> "washington journal" continues. host: joining us at the table, conn carroll of "the washington examiner," and jamelle bouie. thanks for coming by. guest: thank you. host: we just heard from viewers about the congress, about it being the least active in some time. what is your take on the current congress? guest: i would agree that congress has been a little bit inactive, but i think that is ok given that the 111th congress was one of the most active in recent history. i'm paying less attention to the debt ceil
. the clerk: amendment number 25 offered by mr. mckinley of west virginia. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. mckinley: thank you, mr. chairman. i'd like to commend chairman frelinghuysen and the community for their efforts in developing legislation intended to streamline processes and increase efficiency within the department of energy. throughout this legislation, we can see intelligent savings that will result in less spending and more efficient use of tax dollars. however, i'm concerned that this legislation as written and reported will have the unintended consequence of destroying the national energy technology laboratories' ability to manage approximately $19 billion in contracts and conduct the necessary research and development to advance safe, natural gas drilling, clean coal technologies, and energy independence. i shared my concerns with chairman frelinghuysen and the ranking member, mr. visclosky in a bipartisan letter signed by my colleague mike doyle, timur fi and mark kris. -- mark chris. we continue to rely on other countries for -- coal for
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saturday at 7:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. >> shogush decided several days before mckinley arrived that he was going to kill him. he bought a pistol and he followed mckinley's whereabouts in the newspapers which were reported in great detail where the president was going to be. and he began tracking him throughout the fair. >> on september 6, 1901, self-proclaimed an,ist leon shogush fired two fatal shots at president mckinley. looking at the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived on c-span's q&a. >> next, henry kissinger takes part fifth half fulfil -- left, henry fift ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [applause] ♪ ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to toronto, canada for the munk .he faith on china fund fel it is my privilege to feed your of moderator this evening. i would like a loaf of those watching this fate on-line flight now. -- i would like to welcome those watching and the faithful on line right now a warm hello for the millions of people watching, leave, and live with this fifth day for every left australian broadcasting corporation. also the "
, violence and the death penalty >> several days before mckinley arrived he was going to kill him. he had gone out and bought a pistol and followed mckinley's whereabouts in the newspapers and reported when the president was going to be. he began tracking in iraq affair. >> can you help airlock, a pre-judge at the 11th circuit court of appeals in atlanta heard oral arguments in florida versus the department of health and human services. its latest challenge to the love is brought by 26 different states who banded together in opposition to the new law. the state's argument is that congress has exceeded its authority and is infringing on states rights. alar district court judge agreed that the states argument, avoiding the entire health care lot after ruling that individual insurance mandate are and can't do to shell. this is two and a half hours. >> we are here this morning on the case of the state of florida at albertson's united health and human services. before we put jewelers on the clock, i want to make a couple of remarks about this case intended to write you to where i think you nee
, self- proclaimed anarchist fired to fatal shots at president william mckinley. >> senate majority leader harry reid announced that the senate will council its july 4 recess scheduled for next week to continue no sedations -- negotiations on raising the debt ceiling. they spoke with reporters for about 15 minutes. >> i announced this morning that we would be in session next week. it is too important not to be here and to resolve what needs to be done. >> we do not have any time to waste. the most important issue facing today is reaching an agreement about our deficit. we need to work out somebefore the market starts to suffer the consequences. economic adviser. he was an economist at moody's and has worked with democrats country. he said, and we have to work something out soon. he talks about july. we cannot wait until august. july is here in just a few days. we have to hold a series of meetings, and we are going to do that. on tuesday, we'll have senator conrad, but they plan to move forward on a budget. on wednesday, we will have another caucus. we invited the president and vice
lives. she says drivers ignore the 25- mile-an-hour limit on mount mckinley drive in san jose. len ramirez on her one-woman war against speeders. len. >> reporter: lots of neighborhoods have speeding problem but very few neighborhoods have someone like mrs. williams who has recruited neighbors to hold signs out here to help people slow down and make the neighborhood safer. >> those are the ones that i'm doing this for. >> reporter: for mrs. williams, this -- >> 25. >> reporter: -- is a one-woman war against speeders. >> because they can drive right by me ♪ look right through me ♪ and never know i'm there >> reporter: the 71-year-old former methodist youth group leader spends most of her afternoons singing and holding hand made signs in front of her east san jose home urging drivers to slow down. >> ♪ because they drive right past me ♪ >> reporter: she has lived on this road since 1962 at a place where a slight hill and a mild "s" curve seem to bring out a driver's inner andretti. people often go much faster than the posted 25-mile-per- hour limit. >> if some child ran out
before mcenry arrived that he would kill him. he had gone out and bought a pistol. he followed mckinley's whereabouts. he knew where he was going to be. he tracked him throughout the fair. >> self proclaimed anarchist leon show large shot at william mckinley. tonight, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the era in which they lived. >> on capitol hill, the senate was scheduled to take a weeklong break. but there will return on tuesday. the government will reach its debt ceiling limit on august 2. lawmakers need at least a week to draft a bill to raise the limit and get it through the house and senate. they set a deadline of july 22 to reach an agreement. senators will work on a measure on libya next week. how the house will return to legislate business on wednesday. working this week, 2012 defense spending bill. next, a conversation with pakistani ambassador to the u.s. on u.s.-pakistan relations. during his remarks, he talked about the importance of having a long-term strategic relationship between the u.s. and pakistan and the raid on osama bin laden. this is an ho
. >> there are no words to match mckinley moment. this moment. listen, billy, i kind of like palin and the bus. i like the whole family in the bus. reminds me of the part ridge hunter family episode or something. ♪ come on now and be everybody ♪ >> where they are all out there together come on let's shoot something. >> bill: i remember that. >> i dig it. >> bill: just before we heard that willie nelson wanted to get on the bus but they wouldn't let him. >> i left three toes in korea for this country and this is the thanks i get. >> there you go. >> bill: some chinese people are coming to the white house again. i didn't know it. >> they invite themselves now. china owns so much of this country it is like don corleone telling you his daughter is getting married he needs a wedding cake. you jump. by the way, i can't believe they even let biden near the two guys from china. the vis premier, his name is wang keisha. how uncomfortable did biden make that. really, your name. and then the second guy's name was di bingo. >> bingo. >> bill: i really don't know what to say to that, miller. royal wedding, mil
officials and their impact on american politics" >> if he had decided several days before mckinley arrive that he was going to kill him. he got a pistol and followed mckinley's whereabouts in the newspaper, which reported in great detail where the president would be. he began tracking him throughout the fair. >> on september 6, 1901, a self- proclaimed anarchist fired the fatal shots at president william mckinley. sunday, scott miller looks of the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived. monday on c-span, the dali lama and martin luther king jr.'s speech writer talk about non- violence. they spoke at the university of arkansas, discussing osama bin laden's death, the nuremberg trials, the execution of saddam hussein, and the death penalty. >> in the 20th century, the number of people who were killed through violence -- over 200 million. but the problem is not solved. i think it is that kind of action and exploitation, also, that laid down the seed of hatred between the arabs and here. >> watch this discussion monday at 6:30 p.m. eastern on c-span. monday night
only several days before mckinley arrived he was going to kill him. he went out and bought a pistol and followed mckinley's whereabouts in the newspaper which was recorded in great detail. he began tracking him throughoutthe fair. >> on september 6, 1901 the assassin fired two fatal shots at president mckinley. scott miller looks at the present and his assassin to night and the changes here in which they live on c-span's "q &a." >> to mar on "washington journal" we look at american patriotism. after that, i discussion with bruce fleming of the christian science monitor on his latest article about the military having a clear purpose and later a discussion and campaign 2012 and the early primary states with the national journal. that is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. on tuesday, the senate armed services committee heard from the commander of the league war in afghanistan. lt. john allen confirmed the president's plan to withdraw troops by next september was not one of the options presented by the current commander, general david petraeus. he was joined as confirmation hear
and stimulating conversation [applause] [inaudible conversations] mckinley and arrived he would kill him. he bought the pistol and followed weekend-- whereabouts in the newspapers that was reported in great detail for the president would be. he was tracking him throughout the fair. >> self-proclaimed anarchist fired two shots of william mckinley. scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the changing era of which they live. schroeder. this is an ho >> it is time and to start the last battle of the day. i'm going to introduce the first speaker, sarah of manzano-diaz. she is an attorney and first generation american and policy expert and tireless advocate for women's rights in the workplace. she is a director of the women's bureau of the department of labor.ur db the only federal agency mandated to serve and promote working women. parenthetically, she has is assisted it's in the job as immediate viceb president. [applause] joshi group and a porter rican family in harlem where she served as translator for herem parents which may have been hurt earliest experience with advocacy an
several days before mckinley arrived that he was going to kill them. he had gone out, bought a pistol, and he followed the whereabouts in the newspapers, which were reported in great detail where the president was going to be, and he began tracking him throughout the fair. >> on september 6, 1901, there were two fired shots fired at president william mckinley. sunday, we look at the president and his assassin and the changing era in which they lived, on c-span's "q&a." >> this fourth of july, three-day weekend on american history tv on c-span3, we'll visit the smithsonian museum of natural history to learn about a 19th century u.s. government expedition to circumnavigate the globe and their treasure, 40 tons of specimens which became the foundation of the smithsonian institution. former first lady laura bush on her time in the white house, planning her husband's presidential library, and her memoir, "spoke front heart." then a panel, including former clinton press secretary mike mccurry, discusses j.f.k.'s relationship with the press. get the complete weekend schedule at c-span.org/hi
president mckinley arrived that he was going to kill him. he bought a pistol and the follow the president. he began tracking him throughout the fair. >> on september 6, an anarchist fired to fatal shots at president william mckinley. sunday, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and the era in which they lived. >> monday on c-span, the dollar llama and martin luther king jr.'s speechwriter talk about nonviolence. they spoke to 10,000 people at the university of arkansas discussing osama bin laden's debt. -- death. >> the number of people who have killed, over 200 million. the problem is not solved. also exploitation. lay down the seed of hatred. >> watch this discussion monday as 6:30 p.m. eastern on c-span. monday night on c-span, a look back at president nixon's foreign policy. members of his administration discussed communism, invading vietnam, and the 1967 war in the middle east. >> the discussion in the newspaper was nixon's secret plan for peace. was it? he never talks about a. -- it. rockefeller did not think nixon had a plan. i was waiting for patricia to change her
look forward to this hearing. >> thank you. i would like to recognize mr. mckinley for one minute. >> thank you. there is no doubt that this debacle uncovered problems in the mortgage settlement process used by the nation's largest services. but, what is clear is that any proceeds of the settlements the to recover losses for those that are actually harmed and make sure that the management of foreclosure process is approved. instead certain folks are working under the mentality of never let a good crisis cutaways to. judicial watch recently uncovered extensive involvement by the c.s. pbs specifically miss warren in her attempt to step well outside her position as an adviser to both the president and the treasury secretary providing a detailed framework for the structure of a settlement in her holding emergency meetings with state attorneys. this is troubling. i find this involvement very troubling. i like fourth to the rest of the hearing. >> thank you. mr. gramm for one minute. >> thank you, chairwoman. i appreciate the witnesses time. as everyone is aware, the real-estate market
6, 1901, an anarchist fired two fatal shots at president william mckinley. sunday, scott miller looks at the president and his assassin and
is recognized for one minute. mr. mckin lon-ily: thank you, mr. -- mr. mckinley: thank you, mr. chairman. the size of our debt inhabits the creation of jobs. jobs needed in west virginia and across america. but there is a plan to correct this. the cut, cap, and balance act which i'm co-sponsoring lays out a clear and responsible vision for solving our debt limit crisis. president obama must realize that his request to raise the debt ceiling without fundamental spending reforms is a nonstarter. i won't deny that the president inherited a bad economic situation. but he made it worse. his failed stimulus program, the job killing costs of obamacare, and billions of dollars added to our country's spending through expanded programs have all contributed to the trillion dollars of debt -- new debt we are faced with today. it's time to get serious and solve the problem. we have a plan. let's pass cut, cap, and balance today. thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from wisconsin seek recognition? >> to speak for one minute and rev
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